During day two of ASAE’s Xperience Design Project event, expert faculty shared how a change in perspective can lead to innovative ideas, stronger messaging, and better performance.
The United States Association of Cider Makers recently partnered with the global research firm Nielsen to offer an opt-in group study to gather consumer feedback on members’ product designs and marketing.
Women of Email expands its program to include men as mentors. Also: Association professionals “escape” to the Xperience Design Project in Maryland.
Microsoft and 33 other companies have signed on to an agreement that pledges that they will protect their customers—and won’t take part in state-sponsored attacks on users, an issue that has become more pronounced in recent months.
Looking to offer your attendees a more personalized experience at an upcoming event? A conference concierge may help you achieve that and more.
The American Planning Association’s 2018 National Planning Conference begins this weekend in New Orleans. More than 5,000 are expected to attend.
It was all about shifting mindsets at ASAE's Xperience Design Project Thursday, where meeting planners, marketers, learning professionals, and industry partners spent the day considering how thinking like a designer can transform their events.
According to a study published in the Journal of Corporate Finance, a CEO with a diverse social network can have a direct impact on the success of an organization—both in terms of business opportunities and innovation.
The General Data Protection Regulation, designed to increase privacy of users online, could have a painful side effect for ICANN, which manages the internet’s domain names. The reason? A database it manages—WHOIS, one fundamental to the way the internet works—does not comply with GDPR.
The latest website security concern, which jumps on the cryptocurrency craze, could be a big headache for users of WordPress or Drupal. Also: XDP gets going in a big way.